At Alley Cat Allies, we are first and foremost advocates. The work is challenging as we confront animal cruelty head-on and carefully navigate systemic threats to cats. Our staff and board are committed to working every day to protect and improve the lives of cats everywhere.
Community Programs and Support
Jessie Chen, Programs Associate
Heather Fagan, Program Manager for New Jersey Operations
Kylie Kertz, Field Representative
Brianna Lovell, Associate Director of Community Engagement & Events (Learn more about Brianna.)
June Matics, Director of Content Development (Learn more about June)
Joshua Wagner, Field Representative
Kay Zeron, Database & Operations Associate
Coryn Julien, Writer
Gretchen Knell, Web Manager
Clifford Moberg, Project Director (Learn more about Clifford)
Clay Myers, Photographer and Special Projects Manager
JJ Scharl, Senior Designer
Cathy Brown, Donor Relations Associate
Melanie Pino-Elliott, Development Associate
Humane Law & Policy
Calley Gerber, Consulting Attorney
How many laps can a cat sit on in one day? Oliver keeps a running list! He makes sure that everyone in the office gets the chance to experience his sweet disposition. If those visits are accompanied by treats, so much the better. When Oliver isn’t seeking laps and treats or lounging across desks, he’s all about that box life. Never deterred by a box’s small size, he loves curling up in one for a nap. Oliver is so content while in a box that he even allows us to give him kisses and belly rubs. If he bares his chubby middle outside of a box, watch out—he’s known for grabbing our hands. When it’s time to get a little exercise, Oliver prefers leaping into the air to catch the toys that his coworkers toss. After his workout, he’s always up for some more food!
Charles has been making the rules at Alley Cat Allies for the last 15 years. We may think we run the show—CEO this, associate director that—but we’re just playing his game. He has the women of the office wrapped around his paw. Charles acts aloof, holing up in the office library, commonly referred to as “Charles’ room,” getting all warm and snuggly among his choice of beds and baskets. When he wants attention, he simply strolls into an office or cubicle and demands that his chosen coworker follow him into his room. In between rolling around and purring, he thanks her with headbutts. Charles may bare his snaggletooth and slap his tail against the floor when referred to as “cute,” but he knows he’s adorable and is pleased that everyone else knows it, too. Here’s to another year of living that glorious cat life!
Frank is a friendly feral cat who attends Alley Cat Allies’ events to advocate for his fellow felines. He enjoys meeting people and taking pictures with them. Want to meet Frank? Attend an Alley Cat Allies event – he just might make an appearance!